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The January 21 total lunar eclipse will be the last one until May 2021, and the last one visible from the United States until 2022. But this full moon is also a “Super Blood Moon” and a lunar eclipse, which makes this month’s full moon so special.
The partial stage of the lunar eclipse begins at 10:34 p.m. EST Sunday night (0334 GMT Monday morning) with the total eclipse beginning at 11:41 p.m. EST (0441 GMT Monday morning). Totality lasts for about an hour, and then the moon will exit. – Read more at Space.com
We’ve covered Full moons, blood moons and even lunar eclipses here on Reflections. So at the risk to not be redundant, here’s a few links that you might like to peruse as you search for information about this special moon.
- Moon Magik – Working With The Moon Phases
- The Blood Moon – The Moon of the Autumn Equinox
- The Full Moon By Name – A Monthly List
- The Full Moon In The Southern Hemisphere – What Is The Name Of The Moon
- The Correspondence Of This and That – The Meaning Behind Correspondence Lists
May you all have a wonderful Full moon celebration and ritual.
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